Panthenol’s Basic Chemistry
Panthenol is derived from vitamin B-5 and is what’s called a chiral molecule. This means that the molecular structure contains two different sides that are mirror images of each other instead of exact duplicates (kind of like your left and right hands). Panthenol’s two sides have different chemical and biological properties that are either magnified or minimized depending on the type of panthenol-containing product chemists plan to make.

Panthenol’s Properties
Panthenol is mostly used as a humectant, a substance that helps retain moisture, and is primarily used in skin and hair products. Panthenol’s molecular structure allows it to attract moisture from the atmosphere and bind to water molecules.
The result: Panthenol helps moisturize hair and skin and stops both from getting dehydrated. In addition, because panthenol also spreads evenly on the surface of the hair strand, it forms a smooth film over hair cuticles that enhances light reflection and makes tresses look shinier and glossier. What’s more, the smooth film also gives hair strands “slip” to discourage nasty knots or tangles.

Worlddermic has in its product line MESOHAIR.
MESOHAIR  is a cocktail made up of active ingredients: Dexapantenol (panthenol),  Leuphasyl (peptide),  Algisium C, Metylsilanol mannuronate, Gotu kola, Biotin Vitamin B7, Niacinamide Vitamin B3, Riboflavin Vitamin B2, Ascorbic acid – Vitamin C and Glycerin.
MESOHAIR is a potent antioxidant, metabolic performance optimizer, the catabolic pathway of carbohydrates, energy contributor of most cellular and biochemical processes
This leads to activation of hair follicles in recess. Longer anagen (growth phase) of the active follicles and increased hair growth.
MESOHAIR is very effective against Hair Loss.
We recommend it.